Assembly of European Regions producing Fruit, Vegetable and Plants

Position Paper on the CAP post 2020 legislative proposal

AREFLH and AREPO join forces to reaffirm the key role of European regions in CAP implementation and rebuff disproportionate budget cuts

On the 12th of July 2018, AREFLH (Assembly of European Horticultural Regions) organised a meeting of its College of Regions, which was also attended by AREPO (Association of European Regions for Products of Origin) representatives, with the objective of defining a common position vis-à-vis the European Commission’s legislative proposals on the future of the CAP post 2020 and the multiannual financial framework (MFF) for the 2021-2027 period.

Read the position statement in English, Italiano, Français, Español

AREFLH Position Paper on on the European Commission’s Public Consultation on Modernising and Simplifying the CAP

April 2017

 
On April 2017, a position paper has been developed to put forward AREFLH’s recommendations in regards to the drafting of the future 2018 Communication on Modernising and Simplifying the Common Agricultural Policy by the European Commission. Drafted with the help of its newly created CAP Commission, the aim of this initiative was to contribute to the Commission’s public consultation on the future of the CAP.
AREFLH’s position paper focuses mainly on identifying the CAP’s main challenges and obstacles and provides a set of recommendations and innovative proposals in order to achieve the following objectives:

  • upholding the fruit and vegetables common market organisation structure
  • developing effective crisis prevention and risk management tools to protect farmers from market disturbances, climatic events or phytosanitary issues.
  • contributing to income and job creation in the agricultural sector, in particular for young farmers
  • ensuring adequate production of healthy and quality food for European citizens
  • reinforcing actions aiming to improve agriculture’s environmental sustainability
  • foster the socio-economic development of rural areas

AREFLH’s position paper is available here.
 
Still regarding this public consultation, the Commission has just released an article highlighting the strong participation from all EU countries.
“Following the closure of the 12 week period of public consultation on modernising and simplifying the common agricultural policy (CAP) at midnight on 2 May 2017, preliminary figures indicate that the European Commission has received in excess of 320,000 responses from all 28 EU countries.
Read the full article from the European Commission

 

Not to be missed

The Regio'Com guide on the best european actions of F&V promotion is now available. Read it online!

EUROCASTA : the meeting of the European chestnut network, on 13-14 Sept in Spain

Read more

Newsletter

Latest articles

September 27, 2018
Default Image
News Laetitia

Conference on the contribution of POs to the supply chain

On the 21st of September 2018, the European Commission organized a conference on the contribution of producer organisations to an efficient agri-food supply chain. The event was opened by Jens Schaps (DG AGRI) and by MEP Paolo de Castro, Parliament’s…